Tag Archives: “Early Death”

How Dare You Die Now!

Acknowledging the anger or pain of an earlier-than-expected death

“I’m so angry – I can’t forgive him for dying and leaving me,” whispered Amy. “Does that make me a bad person?” Sweethearts since high school, Amy and Don had been inseparable, and married at age 20. Now, the future they had … Continue reading

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Love and Death

Hartley Coleridge's intentional ambiguity reveals conflicting emotions

Many people know and love the work of Samuel Taylor Coleridge; but what they may not know is that Coleridge had three children who also grew up to be writers. The oldest of these children was Hartley Coleridge, who wrote … Continue reading

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